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Caltech Gives Lessons in Futility in Documentary

coureurcoureur Registered User Posts: 11,386 Senior Member
edited November 2007 in Parents Forum
"The flip side of being the smartest guy in the room is that it doesn't compensate for lack of athletic talent or help you execute basketball basics.

The Caltech Beavers' inability to so much as make a crisp pass is comically chronicled in the opening sequence of "Quantum Hoops," a documentary on the 2005-06 team that extended the school's current conference losing streak of 259 games....."


http://www.latimes.com/sports/college/basketball/la-sp-caltech31oct31,1,3259864.story?coll=la-headlines-sports&ctrack=3&cset=true
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Replies to: Caltech Gives Lessons in Futility in Documentary

  • bookwormbookworm Registered User Posts: 8,452 Senior Member
    I haven't seen the movie, but the filmmaker was a regular at the BB games. The Whittier game was a heartbreaker, but Caltech did beat Bard the following year. Kids that were not on HS teams can get a chance to play at Caltech.
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